^The tacos were ok, but not earth shattering and certainly a step above Six Flags food. I found that they were using mostly bought-in pre-prepared ingredients and was expecting a little more fresh if that makes sense.
Rollercoaster Rider wrote:Does the Log Flume tunnel still have a billion pieces of gum?
The gum is still there, I didn't mind it actually, it was one of the things that was actually cool.
CoasterGuy06 wrote:Eli Bridge did issue a bulletin a few years ago telling parks to either install seat belts on the ride or to enforce the "no single riders rule" on Scramblers.
Sue happy America. I'm deducing it's to prevent people from standing up while the ride is in motion just like the ferris wheels and a laundry list of other rides that have given in to this sad state. I suppose it was cheaper to hang a sign than to spend a few hundred on belts and bolts.
Thanks for the trip report!
chadster wrote:Can't forget about the 10 foot gap in the restraining mechanism drop tower!
Did the réstraints on the S&S Double Shot even ratchet down at all, or was it just the seatbelt holding you in?
Yeah, they were down and locked, just a tad loose tho
Homer wrote:I'm disappointed to see Indiana Beach look like this. I had a blast at that park during the 2007 Midwest Trip because the atmosphere seemed very lively, well-kept, and there was Fascination.
Now it's just depressing to look at. Thanks for the update, at least your visit was interesting with the valley.
I honestly had to take a step back and think how the park might have turned out in the photos had it been a clear blue sky instead of angry looking clouds about to unleash hell; I don't think it would have helped much other than the background not looking washed out. Like others have said, I just get the sense of lack of care. Even at the ghettoist of parks, like Keansburg, they look like they give a damn. On this visit at least, I get the impression they don't.
So next up on my Mid America Adventure I head north, and north could mean SFGA or MA, hmmm, tough choice.